The Curse of the NSPCC
The following are articles which demonstrate that many children's charities
concerned with 'abuse' are actually more harmful to our children (indeed more
harmful to all of us) than is most of the abuse that they are supposedly
For non-UK readers, I should point out that the NSPCC is huge.
It has a huge influence on the public and it has a huge impact on the
It is, allegedly, the foremost authority on the
social welfare of children in the country.
And yet, in my view, the NSPCC is precious little more than a
money-making scam, and the evidence to suggest that, at the very least, it
has harmed far more children than it has helped is almost indisputable.
The NSPCC Needs To Be Stopped
Demonstrates how the NSPCC has harmed just about everybody -
reading time approx 20 min.
Do We Need An Abuse
Demonstrates the basic mechanism through which people are harmed
by the antics of the abuse industry.
NSPCC: Children's Charities Sued for
(or How to
Ruin a Child's Life with Just a few Words)
Explains how youngsters and adults who have
been abused have been seriously harmed by children's
charities. (15 min)
NSPCC: How To Profit From Abuse
Explains how the abuse industry - which is vast in
size - spreads fear, alarm and hatred in order to make money.
Damage to Society from False Accusations
How children are more easily targeted by potential
abusers because of the failure to punish false accusers and because of
the hysteria generated over child abuse.
An insight into why it is that the research on 'smacking'
is so utterly worthless.
The Smacking Myths
Exposes some of the nonsense being promulgated
by the child abuse industry when it comes to the issue of
An example of just how little the child professionals
really care about children and their families.
Shatters Its Own Child Abuse Myths
The NSPCC does some
research and discovers that many of its own pronouncements were false.
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann
The horrible consequences of the child abuse hysteria;
in this case, even for Madeleine. But there is too much money to be
made from the hysteria.
Chris Langham - Scapegoat?
The downloading of fifteen illicit images is a trivial
offence, but the way in which Chris Langham has been treated spells danger for
all of us.
Chris Langham - Scapegoat? - part two
Chris Langham's crime did not 'promote' child abuse
even to 1 trillionth of the amount promoted by other people.
NSPCC: Charity or
How big advertising agencies use abuse hysteria to
generate social networks for rich people who wish to climb the social
Jackson - A Victory for Men
The acquittal of Michael Jackson on child
abuse charges is a welcome development - even if he was
Exposed Yet Again
Some MPs finally speak out.
Justice For Rebecca
Just another little girl who died as a result of the
activities of those who cast suspicion upon everybody.
Drinking tea could damage your children for life.
Why do we not ban vehicles?